What is a Pentaho Community Meeting?
The event is an informal meet-up for Pentaho users from all across Europe - and around the world, if your boss pays the airfare. ;) We gather to discuss the latest and greatest in Pentaho innovation and other geek stuff (techie track) as well as best practices of Pentaho implementations and projects that worked well (business track).
Everyone is invited to give a Pentaho-related presentation of their choosing. The intent is to keep it community-oriented and open-minded.
In addition, also Pentaho employees (architects, designers, product management…) will be there to show their latest stuff. People should be free to break off into groups and work together.
In a nutshell:
- Open to everyone working with Pentaho (users, customers, curious newbies)
- Technically or business solution oriented
- Opportunity to show off the stuff you have been working on
- Everyone participates and interacts
- No cost for attending, minimal cost for food and drinks besides the conference day
Can I present at the event?
For sure, this is intended to be a community event - for the community and by the community. To register your proposal for the agenda, please use the contact form to send a brief description including your name and title in English until September 30th.
Can everyone join?
Yes, the event is open to everyone. Well, of course you should be doing something with Pentaho.
Furthermore you should be able to understand English as all presentations will be held in English.
How does the agenda look like?
We’ll be continuously updating the agenda. On the event page you can see the current status.
Examples of previous meetings:
What does it cost?
There is no charge for the event. It is sponsored by it-novum and by Hitachi Vantara. You just need to pay for your food and drinks at the Hackathon location on day 1 and at the social event on day 3.
Where can I register?
Where do I get the latest news about the event?
You´ll get the latest news on twitter using the hashtag #PCM18
And there will be live blogging at the event!